Thomas Park- Benchmark: Hub
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Thomas Park is a multi-disciplinary artist.
Though his primary art form is music, he has also created writing, visual art and video art.
Thomas happily has been privileged to create in the era of the internet. Therefore, he has been able to share a good body of this material, mostly for free, via various sites, particularly the invaluable archive.org.
The purpose of “Benchmark:Hub” is to provide an overview of Thomas’ contributions in these four disciplines, as well as links to find related media and other resources, for artists and listeners alike, online.
As time goes on, "Benchmark:Hub" also serves as a repository for Thomas' continuing creative efforts, especially in music, video and photography. Many of these efforts have been informed by coding, a skill Thomas picked up in 2018.
Thomas would like to thank his friends and family, and especially his wife, who has had to occupy herself in other ways countless times while he assembled his various creations.
Please enjoy these writings, and feel free to follow the links to further explore.
Note that the links will not work in the release page viewer-- you need to download the pdf versions of the documents to use them. If you open the pdf documents in a browser, that should activate the embedded links.
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